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Old 03-27-2005, 11:04 AM   #21
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Old 03-27-2005, 01:04 PM   #22
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Ahhhhh...I can always count on you-all (we say that in Virginia, you know) to brighten my day with your knottiness! Thanks!

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Old 03-27-2005, 01:40 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by gardenia
Ahhhhh...I can always count on you-all (we say that in Virginia, you know) to brighten my day with your knottiness! Thanks!
And, I can always count on ALL Y'ALL to do the same for me! (That's the PLURAL form....Half my family's from Bama.)
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Old 03-27-2005, 02:28 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by gardenia
Ahhhhh...I can always count on you-all
No pun intended I bet huh.

Originally Posted by KellyK
I can always count on ALL Y'ALL
It should be, "I can always count on all of you... :P
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Old 03-27-2005, 02:53 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by beldaraan
It should be, "I can always count on all of you... :P
Beldie, sweetie, HOW can you POSSIBLY expect a Cheese Curd Eater to understand the intricate nature of SOUTHERN U.S. language??? THe plural of "Y'all" IS "All Y'all"!
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Old 03-27-2005, 03:43 PM   #26
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**pats Kelly's head**

Kelly, sweetie, darling...I wouldn't have thought that Illinois would be considered southern US, but if you want to be like that, it's okay. I'll still pat your head.

I thought I cleared this up somewhere else, but I do not eat cheese curds. I am lactose intolerant and possibly allergic to milk. I am in the process of doing research to cut out all dairy from my family's diet.
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Old 03-27-2005, 03:53 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by beldaraan
**pats Kelly's head**
*Kelly is purring*

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Kelly, sweetie, darling...I wouldn't have thought that Illinois would be considered southern US, but if you want to be like that, it's okay. I'll still pat your head.
As i said above, half of my family is from Alabama.

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I thought I cleared this up somewhere else, but I do not eat cheese curds. I am lactose intolerant and possibly allergic to milk. I am in the process of doing research to cut out all dairy from my family's diet.
OMG! Life without CHEESECAKE?!?!?! Now I had better pat YOUR head, Beldie!!!

Have I ever told you, Beldie, that I absolutely ADORE the Canadian sense of humor??? MUAH!
(that's how you spell a BIG SMOOCH, no matter WHERE you are from!)
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Old 03-27-2005, 05:13 PM   #28
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I absolutely ADORE the Canadian sense of humor
You make fun of Americans too? :?eyebrow:

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MUAH!
We spell "Big Smooch" like this: big smooch


As for no cheesecake... :crying: Also means no pizza, no lasagna, no chip dip, no cheeseburger, no Haagen Daaz and no chocolate milk :crying: :crying:

I need a hug now.
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Old 03-27-2005, 08:08 PM   #29
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BIIIGGGGGGG HUGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!
Also, Im pouting for you!! :(
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Beldie, we're soy drinkers in this house, by preference. Have you discovered Silk's Chocolate soy milk yet? I promise, you'll never miss chocolate milk again! It's way better IMHO. Soooo rich and delish, just like chocolate milk but more decadent. Also Soy Delicious "Cherry Nirvana" beats Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia to me. And you've got to try Rice Dream's chocolate-covered cookie ice cream sandwich thingies. YUMMM!!

I'm mildly lactose intollerant, which is how I got onto soy products. I can have any dairy except straight milk by the glass. DH isn't lactose intolerant, but when he tried my soy products, he got hooked on them. He's absolutely addicted to Chocolate Silk. He also drinks regular soy milk instead of milk, because he likes the taste and consistency better, as do I. Although some soy milks I'm not as fond of. We like Vitasoy's Original soy milk, for cereal and tea. Tastes the least soy-like of any plain soy beverage I know, and not too sweet. I love it.

Good luck on going dairy free!
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